RFID Microchips are small transponder chips implanted into dogs, cats, cattle, stock and horses. These chips can be read with an RFID Reader.
- The RFID transponder (also called “chip”) is a very small electronic wonder, packed in a bio glass capsule.
- The transponder is as small as a rice corn.
- The transponder contains a radio sender unit and a radio receiver unit.
- The transponder is coated with an anti-migration coating (the same material is used to coat pacemakers).
- The transponder is ISO compliant (11784/11785).
- The chip is injected under the skin of an animal and stays there for lifetime.
- The injection is as simple and harmless as a regular vaccination.
- The chip only becomes active when a reader transmits radio signals and activates the chip.
- The unique number can be read on the reader’s display.
- The transponder has no battery and can be read lifelong.
- The number of the transponder is stored in databases together with the personal details of the owner.
- The transponder has a worldwide unique number (300 billion possibilities).
- 3 digits manufacturer code + 12 digits (standard)
- 3 digits country code + 12 digits (on request)
- 3 digits manufacturer code + 12 digits (customized coded, customer specific
- Diameter :2.12 mm ± 0.1 mm
- Length :12.0 mm ± 0.4 mm
- Weight : 95 mg, ± 5 mg
- Material : Bioglas, 8625
- Color : transparent
- Coating: parylene
- Passive transponder, only transmits when activated by a reader
- No battery needed (life long readable)
- Frequency: 134.2 kHz ± 6 kHz
- ISO compliant, ISO standard 11784/11785
- ICAR approved manufacturer
- Resistance to immersion in salt water, alcohol, oil, 10% HCl and Ammoniac (t = 100 hours)
- Mechanical Shock IEC 68-2-29 (30g, 18ms, 3 axis x 1084 time/axis)
- Vibration IEC 68-2-6 (6g, 14Hz – 200Hz, 3 axis, 8h/axis)
- Thermal Storate range – 40° – + 90° Celsius, up to 1000 hours
- Operating range – 0° – + 50° Celsius